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1.
So drunk you think that doing things that are incredibly bad for you are also incredibly funny. So drunk you can't do anything but lay around.
"Let's get tore up and pass out in the hot sun!"
av Ass Raider 14. mai 2003
 
2.
Extremely ugly, busted, broke down, and haggard. "Straight tore up" is the superlative form.
As Kelly fell out of the ugly tree and hit successive branches on the way down, she went from nothing to write home about to ugly to broke down to busted to straight TORE UP!
av Nick D 10. februar 2004
 
3.
to get very drunk and pass out.

Meatwad: "Now where's my whisky? im gon'get tore up!"
Ignignokt: "We shall acquire some wine on the way to the mall..."
Err: "And then we can get Tore Up!"
Ignignokt: "And pass out in the hot sun..."
av Devin Gallagher 6. februar 2006
 
4.
Used as a DESCRIPTION

the TORE in "tore up" replaces negative words like "fucked," "beat," and "messed" in a phrase of dissatisfation.

Also used as an ACTION:

Succeeding beyond expectation.
"His grill is tore up!"

"Last night I tore it up! She'll be walkin' funny for at least a week!"
av Busta Crevice 13. mars 2005
 
5.
Past tense of the infinitive "to tear" paired with preposition "up"; combined to form idiom to describe destruction of either material or intangible condition.
Yo 'sup! I tore up a check I wrote when I realized I had written it for an amount inconsistent with the value of my purchase, mothafucka! It tore up my heart to have wasted the resource! Word!
av Truth2Power 31. august 2004
 
6.
Having extreme gasto-intestinal discomfort or pain, often resulting in diarreha and or excessive gas.

Usually pronounced as "toe up"
Lindy "what is that smell?"
David "oh just me, that taco bell tore me up last night."
av MH Dave 2. mars 2004
 
7.
Past Participle of: to tare

Completed something with remarkable achievement.
Used in conjunction with a depiction of tearing a piece of paper while saying the phrase.
Yo nigga...I TORE UP dat midterm. *snaps fingers erratically*
av MACKhustlaP 17. november 2005